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Are Aliens from Other Planets Visiting Earth? Most Definitely According to Lou Baldin, Author of a New book, Coming Clean on UFOs and ET
Date:1/31/2013

Kansas City, MO (PRWEB) January 31, 2013

In a new book recently released entitled, Coming Clean on UFOs and ET part 5, Baldin says that extraterrestrials frequently interact with humans, giving them ideas and life lessons during abductions. The book is one in a series of 6 books, a compilation of answers by Baldin to questions by posters on his website concerning UFOs and Alien beings that frequently are making contact with humans. Baldin served in the military in the early seventies and states that he had personal contact with extraterrestrial beings during his tour of duty while stationed at a number of army bases in the US and overseas. According to Baldin Aliens have bases in the oceans and in underground caverns in several secret locations around the world, usually near or on military bases. Baldin indicates that the military is working with certain Alien factions to thwart renegade Alien beings that have subverted Third World Countries and keeps them in a perpetual state of war to camouflage Alien activities in those countries.

Baldin states that most governments around the world know about Aliens coming to this planet and have dealings with such beings but keep a tight lid on those activities and dogmatically dismiss and ridicule the whole UFO phenomena and people who dare speak of it.

In the series of books that the author has written he gives insight to the Alien beings and shares some of the information he received during his contacts with extraterrestrial, and some of the bizarre things he saw and experienced inside the Alien ships during and after his military career.

Inside the Alien ship, the author experienced sensations far different and more intense than the normal five senses and was able to recall memories quickly and accurately; a sensation that took getting used to. There were other people inside the ship but most did not appear to be conscious of where they were; they didn’t talk and
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